The brand will open a three-level shop in London’s Soho and plans to open a store in New York in 2018.
Louis Vuitton and Fendi helped drive a 15 percent increase in the group’s sales in the second quarter.
Sales in the group’s key fashion and leather goods division rose 13 percent in organic terms in the three months to June 30.
Nothing’s impossible, but the company may have other reasons for pushing the case so far after losing at every turn.
The renovated Barcelona flagship serves as a template for the perfumery chain’s openings and renovations across Europe and the Middle East.
Eric Marechalle is to join the New York-based firm in Q3 and succeed Sebastian Suhl.
It’s the first time the luxury conglomerate’s Institut des Métiers d’Excellence has partnered with an Italian school for vocational training.
The company is investing in a more eco-friendly version of the existing Storm System treatment, which makes natural fabrics waterproof and wind resistant.
Former Salvatore Ferragamo ceo Michele Norsa has joined the fund, which is expected to support the growth of Italian brands, as Industrial Partner.